Neurology Today Articles

  1. A Neurologist Returns to Her Native Iraq to Improve Neurology Care
  2. A New Federal Policy – What It Means for Stem Cell Research
  3. A Tale of Two Hendins: A Father-Daughter Neurology Team
  4. AAN to Resubmit New CT Scan Measure for Stroke
  5. AAN, ASA, and ACEP Launch New Stroke Awareness Campaign.
  6. Again, Stem Cell Research Bill Goes Back to President for Review
  7. Albuterol Increased Lean Body Mass in Boys with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
  8. Alzheimer Disease Prevalence Rates Increase
  9. American Headache Society President Paul Winner: On Improving Research, Training, and Reimbursement
  10. Amyloid Imaging Predicts Conversion of MCI to Alzheimer Disease
  11. An Epileptologist Brings EEG to the Ecuadorian Amazon Jungle
  12. Brain Injury Education for the Army
  13. Canadian Neurologist George Karpati, MD, Wins Prix Du Quebec
  14. Carolyn B. Robinowitz, MD, On the Common Concerns of Neurology and Psychiatry
  15. Carolyn Barley Britton, MD, President of the National Medical Association: On Eliminating Health Care Disparities Among Minorities
  16. CDC Releases New ‘Heads Up’ Tool Kit on Concussions
  17. CDC: Stroke Symptoms Need More Awareness
  18. Christian Wider, MD – On Unraveling the Pathology of Perry Syndrome
  19. Clifford Shults, Renowned Parkinson Disease Researcher, Dies at 56
  20. CNS Factors in Children May Predict MS
  21. Columbia’s Neurological Institute Celebrates its Centennial
  22. Congress Overrides Bush Veto; Delays Cuts to Medicare Physician Payments
  23. Congress Seeks to Delay Cuts to Medicare Physician Payments
  24. COURT TO HEAR CASE ON EXPERIMENTAL DRUGS
  25. David Goldblatt, Neurologist and Ethicist, Dies at 77
  26. David Grob, MD, Myasthenia Gravis Expert, Dies at 89
  27. David Sherman, Stroke Expert, Dies at 65
  28. David Simon, MD: On Integrating Conventional Neurology and Complementary Medicine
  29. Dispatches From Ethiopia – A Firsthand Look on the State of Neurology Training
  30. Dispatches from Ethiopia: The Unique Challenges in Neurologic Care
  31. Distinguished Pediatric Neurologist John H. Menkes, MD, Dies at 79
  32. DNA Screening Program Launched for Women
  33. Dr. Leon Weisberg of Tulane Dies at Age 65
  34. Early Parkinson Disease Skin Patch Approved
  35. Enawgaw Mehari, MD, Founder of People to People, Tackles the Spread of HIV/AIDS in Africa
  36. Epilepsy Patients Who Skip Medications Face Increased Mortality Risk
  37. FDA Aims to Reduce Medication Mistakes
  38. FDA APPROVAL OF RISPERIDONE GETS MIXED REVIEWS FROM AUTISM EXPERTS
  39. FDA APPROVES ANTIEPILEPTIC DRUG VIGABATRIN.
  40. FDA Approves Breathing Device for Spinal Cord Injury Patients
  41. FDA Approves First Drug For Chorea in Huntington Disease
  42. FDA Approves Immune Globulin Product for CIDP
  43. FDA Approves New Drug to Treat Severe Form of Epilepsy
  44. FDA Approves New Form of Selegiline
  45. FDA Approves Rapid Test for Viral Meningitis
  46. FDA DELAYS APPROVAL FOR PSEUDOBULBAR AFFECT DRUG
  47. FDA Panel Recommends Approval of Vigabatrin for Partial Complex Seizures
  48. FDA Requests Stronger Label Warnings on Sleep Drugs
  49. FDA Warns of Risk of Suicidal Thoughts and Behavior with Antiepileptic Drugs
  50. FDA WARNS: PML LINKED TO USE OF RITUXIMAB FOR LUPUS
  51. FDA: Mandate to Assess Suicide Risk in Drug Trials
  52. Government Report Finds Deficiencies in US Nursing Homes.
  53. GREATER RISK OF STROKE RECURRENCE AND HIGHER ECONOMIC BURDEN FOR MEXICAN-AMERICANS AND OTHER MINORITIES
  54. Hard Choices in An Election Year – How and Why Medical PACs Decide to Contribute
  55. HBO Documents Life with Alzheimer Disease – And 25 Research Advances
  56. Hospital Admissions for Epilepsy and Convulsions Increase Nationwide
  57. Hospitalization Rates and Other Trends in Stroke Care Described in New Federal Report
  58. How to Avoid Making a Misdiagnosis – and the Risk of Lawsuits
  59. How to Avoid Malpractice Risks When Prescribing Off-Label
  60. Hugo Moser, Neurologist and ALD Researcher, Dies at 82
  61. Ian McDonald, Former Head of National Hospital Queen Square in London, Dies at 73
  62. In Ethiopia, First Woman Neurologist Breaks the Glass Ceiling
  63. In TBI Study, Hypertonic Saline No More Effective than Normal Saline
  64. Increased Adverse Side Effects Reported to FDA – Pain Drugs and Immunomodulatory Drugs Among Those Most Frequently Fatal
  65. IOM RECOMMENDS MORE STUDIES ON ALS AND MILITARY SERVICE
  66. Jeffrey S. Kutcher, MD, Chairs a New AAN Sports Neurology Section
  67. Johan A. Aarli, MD, President of the World Federation of Neurology (WFN): Addressing Unmet Neurology Needs Worldwide
  68. John W. Swann: Getting to Know the American Epilepsy Society
  69. Leader of Modern Neurology Raymond D. Adams, MD, Dies at 97
  70. Leon Thal, Distinguished Alzheimer Disease Expert, Dies at 62
  71. Leonard Berg, Alzheimer Disease Pioneer, Dies at 79
  72. Making ‘Rounds’ with Ann H. Tilton, MD, President of the Child Neurology Society
  73. MDA Cancels Summer Camps Due to Swine Flu
  74. MDA CEO ROBERT ROSS DIES
  75. Medical Geneticist Victor A. McKusick Dies
  76. Michael E. DeBakey, Renowned Heart Surgeon and MDA Supporter, Dies at 99
  77. Milton Wexler, Psychoanalyst and Hereditary Disease Foundation Founder, Dies at 98
  78. Mitchell B. Max, MD, Pain Specialist, Dies at 59
  79. MS Mobility Study
  80. Neurobowl Winners – 2007
  81. Neurologist Bruce Sigsbee Testifies Before Congressional Subcommittee on Need for Payment Reform
  82. Neurologists Report on H1N1 Pandemic Prevention and Treatment Initiatives
  83. Neurology Editor-in-Chief John H. Noseworthy, MD, Appointed Mayo Clinic CEO
  84. Neurology Ups the Ante With Levels of Evidence Classification
  85. Neuromuscular Disease Expert John Newsom-Davis, MD, Dies
  86. Neuropathology of Dementia Differs Across Age Groups – Less Pathology Evident in Oldest Ages
  87. New Bill Proposes Extended Medicare Coverage of Adult Day Care
  88. New NINDS Spanish Language Web Site Debuts
  89. New Regulation Proposed to Establish Patient Safety Organizations
  90. New Ruling Limits Release of Some Physician Data Under Freedom of Information Act
  91. New Study Reports Short-term Benefits But Not Sustained Improvement in Cognition With Prolonged Antibiotic Use for Lyme Disease Encephalopathy
  92. New York State Awards First Stem Cell Grants: $14.5 Million Released
  93. NIH Director Supports Ending Restrictions on Embryonic Stem Cell Research
  94. No Signs of Cognitive Decline in Brain of Oldest Living Woman
  95. People 2 People Founder, Dr. Mehari
  96. Philip Dodge, MD, Pediatric Neurology Pioneer, Dies at 86
  97. Promoting Humanitarianism with Murray Sagsveen, AAN General Counsel
  98. Proposed Legislation to Expand Support for Gulf War Vets with TBI
  99. Ralph F. Jozefowicz: New Education Programs in Boston 2007
  100. Removing Thimerosal from Vaccines Did Not Reduce Autism Cases in California
  101. Rivastigmine Skin Patch for Alzheimer Disease Approved
  102. Robert Katzman, MD, Alzheimer Disease Expert, Dies at 82
  103. Roger Porter, MD, ASENT President: Toward Building A Stronger Therapeutic Pipeline
  104. Senate Panel Approves Bill on Generic Biologics
  105. Society for Neuroscience’s David C. Van Essen
  106. Spotlight on Ralph Sacco, First Neurologist to be American Heart Association President-Elect
  107. Stanley Appel, MD, Physician Award
  108. Stanley van den Noort, MD, Distinguished Multiple Sclerosis Clinician and Researcher, Dies at 79
  109. States Approve Controversial Health Laws
  110. Stephen L. Hauser, MD: On the American Neurological Association
  111. STIMULUS FUNDS TO THE NIH BOOST AUTISM RESEARCH
  112. Task Force Calls for TBI Screening of Troops
  113. TBI Care for America’s Returning Wounded Vets is Subject of Congressional Hearings
  114.  Telcagepant Reported To Be Effective and Tolerable for Acute Migraine
  115.  The Anatomy of A Successful Campaign – Why Neurology Can Celebrate the Passage of Epilepsy Legislation
  116. The New ADA: What You Need to Know About Disability Rights And Accommodations
  117. The Trials of Providing Expert Witness Testimony: What You Need to Know
  118. University of Rochester Neurologist Steven Schwid Dies
  119. Updates on Embryonic Stem Cell State Legislation
  120. Victor A. McKusick, MD, Wins Japan Prize
  121. Voluntary Recall Issued for Fentanyl Patches
  122. What Are Your Good Samaritan Rights?
  123. WHAT THE $787 BILLION STIMULUS PACKAGE MEANS FOR PHYSICIANS
  124. When Moving Records and Practices, Know Your Legal Obligations
  125. WHO Report: Millions Have Neurological Disorders Worldwide 

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